Dr Sieglinde McGee looks at mares who became the dams of two or more classic winners at stud and focuses on 10 who achieved the feat in Ireland and/or England in the past 50 years
Dr Sieglinde McGee takes a look at 10 classic-winning fillies who went on to become the dam of a classic star at stud
Pink Dogwood is the leading Aidan O’Brien representative and he also runs Delphina, Fleeting and Peach Tree
By Irish Field Contributor on 29 May 2019
Still a maiden before the Oaks at Epsom, Forever Together powered to success from Wild Illusion for trainer Aidan O'Brien and ridden by his son Donnacha
John Gosden's Lah Ti Dar headed the market; there has been support for Aidan O'Brien's Magical
Bye Bye Baby head the potential Oaks runners but remains well behind Lah Ti Dar
Daughter of Dubawi and Dar Re Mi wins the Pretty Polly impressively at Newmarket
By Irish Field Contributor on 06 May 2018
A Coolmore v Godolphin battle may be on the cards at Epsom as French Group 1 winner Sobetsu is also declared
By Irish Field Contributor on 31 May 2017
Ryan McElligott goes through the entries for the Group 1 Sea The Stars Pretty Polly Stakes
Love and Frankly Darling dominate the market for Saturday's fillies' classic at Epsom
By Irish Field Contributor on 02 July 2020
Aidan O'Brien and John Gosden have won the past six runnings and they look sure to dominate the race again on Saturday
By Irish Field Contributor on 29 June 2020
Victory for Taghrooda in the King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes
As impressive as Australia was, purely in terms of visual impression, the John Gosden-trained Taghrooda was even more taking in the Oaks.
I thought Tarfasha (36) was a good thing to win the Oaks after her performance in the Blue Wind Stakes and she moved really well rounding the home turn.
This season has been an odd one insofar as three-year-old fillies are concerned.
This season I’ve been in a bit of a quandary regarding the amazingly slow times clocked by three-year-old fillies in Britain and Ireland.
Since 2005 seven fillies have won minor 10-furlong races at Newbury’s Greenham meeting and gone on to run in the Oaks.
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